Online Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Stewarding Your Gifts With a Graduate Degree
Listen as Cedarville's president, Dr. Thomas White, discusses how our graduate programs can help you steward your God-given talents for His glory.
Get answers to the most common questions prospective graduate students ask when considering an M.B.A. program.
M.B.A. Named a Best Value
Best Value Schools ranked Cedarville's M.B.A. as No. 11 in the nation for online M.B.A. programs.
Angel Network Makes $800,000 InvestmentThe capital component of Cedarville University’s entrepreneurship ecosystem, the Beyond Angel Network, recently made a capital investment of over $800,000 in exchange for equity interest in two high-growth startups.
Berry Family Pledges $1 Million for New Business CenterThe Berry Family, Charles D. Berry, John and Shirley Berry, and the Elizabeth Gray Fund, announced its grant award to aid in the construction of the Lorne C. Scharnberg Business Center and establish the Berry Center for Free Enterprise.
Virtual "Pitch" Zooming on January 30Watch the livestream beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday by clicking on the inset photo or the link inside the story.
Top Score: Alumnus Earns CPA HonorOut of nearly 75,000 individuals, only 137 candidates met the criteria for the Elijah Watts Sells Award in 2019.
M.B.A. Program Curriculum
Building on your undergrad degree, you will take nine core courses and three elective courses. There is also a 3-credit Bible course, which is waived for those who completed a Bible minor as part of undergraduate work.
You may select from a wide variety of electives, or choose a concentration, such operations management or healthcare administration. For the dual degree – Pharm.D./M.B.A., you are required to take eight core pharmacy courses, including a Directed Research course.
You can add an M.B.A. to many of Cedarville's popular majors by using one of our bachelor's-to-master's accelerated completion plans.
- Applied Leadership
- Management and Leadership of Organizations